Question about KitchenAid Cooktops
This is a weird one. Twice our cooktop (about 10 years old) has popped and flashed from a rear burner, tripping the circuit breaker. One other burner was being used at the time. The flash is so instantaneous that we haven't seen exactly where the flash originates. We had an electrician look at the plugs, etc., after the first event, but he found nothing. The second time it happened we decided it must be a problem with the cooktop unit. Any guesses?
You sound as if the short is occourring within the switch assy perhaps water has spilled on it, listed on gas range, but assuming you have an electric unit, with the knobs poking through the glass
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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